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A Clockwork Orange

Summary: A plot summary of the novel "A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess. The story is about amoral and criminal British youth and society's attempts to bring them under control. As its core, the book is a tale about the morality of free will.
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess is a book that explores the morality of free will. The lead character Alex is a dirty young Malchick (boy that is) who runs around town killing, stealing from, raping and fighting with anybody he meets. The people of the society can not understand why they keep bringing up there boys to be like this, they do not see why they have no morals. The funniest thing is that they attempt to install morals in to young Alex by punishing him. The forms of punishment Alex is subjected to are disgusting he is sent to jail, they use violence with him and they even put him through a form of braining washing known as Ludovico's technique. The brutality of these forms of punishment show that the society Alex lives in has no morals either. The society may feel Alex has no...

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